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Lets keep track and see where dealers have received mavericks. If I could find one not so far away I would be all over it.
 

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Anyone know of dealers on the east side getting any?
 

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I think I seen that one was delivered in Georgia but I ain't sure
 

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Yeah I come from a xp and the trails I ride I never had a problem with the xp's size
 

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If you go to Glamis on a big weekend there are 1000 of UTVs running around and most of those are XPs. It used to be Rhino territory but now it is rzr-s and XPs. You see a commander once and a while. Now if you look at those who ride the desert only and not Glamis the numbers are high hundeds in Ca but still dominated by rzr. I guess Can Am wants to hit that market hard. Beside it is peak riding season for us now. You guys are huddled around the heater right about now...lol
Lol the weather ain't that bad, I ride year around. Calling for 50 degree weather for the holidays, probably be another ride I miss while mavericks sit on dealer floors out west
 

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50 degrees? Damn that is cold..lol Its 76 degrees in Glamis damn near perfect weather, sorry guys but even in Az it is warmer than 50 degrees....lol
Lol you haven't lived until you take off on a big ride in 40 degree weather get lost and the temperature drop 30 degrees and snow. Talk about miserable, snow freezing on the windshield or should I say half windshield in my case lol.
 
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